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S&P Downgrades Brazil: What Next? On 9 September, S&P downgraded Brazil to BB+, a speculative rating, leaving the country on negative watch. Fitch (BBB, Outlook negative) and Moody’s (Baa3) maintain investment grade recommendations for Brazilian hard currency government debt; expectations … Continue reading
View from the European Equities desk 2015 was to be the year of European Equities. After five years of trailing the U.S. market, all eyes turned to Europe, as the power of Quantitative Easing (QE) and an expectation of greater … Continue reading
The three key take-away points from last Friday’s deal: 1. Greek politicians shouldn’t play poker: Whether the new government was faced with a lack of time or simply wasn’t experienced in bail-out negotiations, we don’t know, but neither Greek Prime … Continue reading
Mamma Mia!! Yesterday morning (Thursday February 12th 2015) the Swedish central bank (the Riksbank) decided to take a chance on Quantitative Easing (“QE”), cutting the repurchase rate to -0.10% and announcing a bond-buying programme of SEK 10bn (approx. €1bn). The … Continue reading
Consensus expectations for earnings in the Eurozone are reaching new highs, with Earnings Per Share (“EPS”) growth expected to be 15% in 2015. To be fair, we have heard bullish forecasts like this for a number of years now. While … Continue reading